Health officials in New York State warn of a potential hepatitis A exposure at a Finger Lakes restaurant.
Spectrum News announces that everyone who has eaten at the Seneca Harbor Station restaurant in Watkins Glen, NY, 12.-21. June. According to Schuyler County Public Health, users may have been exposed to the virus, although the risk of infection is low.
According to Elmira Star-Gazette, an employee of the restaurant had hepatitis A, a viral disease that affects the liver. Symptoms may include fever, fatigue, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, dark colored urine, clay-colored stools, joint pain and jaundice.
Officials recommend treatment for those who have not been vaccinated. Free Hep A vaccination clinics will be offered at the Schuyler County Human Services Complex in Montour Falls on Wednesdays from 2pm to 7pm, Thursdays from 1
Further questions can be addressed to Schuyler County Public Health at 1-607-535-8140 or online at schuylercounty.us/166/. Public health.
Spectrum reports Seneca Harbor Station, a restored station that was originally built in 1876 and renovated with a mahogany bar, is still open. Health authorities say that customers who eat there are no longer at risk.